Internationally renowned theologian Jean-Marie Tillard, O.P., considers the great subjects of theology and focuses on the God whom theology does not tire to invoke or cease to trust--especially in the worst times--a God to believe in, despite everything. Confidence in God, a passion for ecumenism, a grounding in the history of the Christian faith, a heart full of tenderness for those who have lost their way: These are the qualities of Jean-Marie Tillard, O.P., a significant theologian of the twentieth century. In I Believe, Despite Everything, Father Tillard lays the foundation for considering issues of diversity, inculturation, and ecumenism and pursues a conversation on faith, hope, and communion.Über den Autor:
The late Jean-Marie Tillard, O.P., served as vice-president of the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches, was consultor to the Vatican's Secretariat for Christian Unity, and a member of several ecumenical commissions.
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